British Columbia Highway 11

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Highway 11
Abbotsford-Mission Highway
Sumas Way
Highway 11 highlighted in red.
Route information
Length: 17 km[1] (11 mi)
Existed: 1958 – present
Major junctions
South end: SR 9 at the Canada–US border
  BC 1 in Abbotsford
North end: BC 7 in Mission
Major cities: Abbotsford, Mission
Highway system

British Columbia provincial highways

BC 10 BC 12

Highway 11, known locally as the Abbotsford-Mission Highway, is a 17 km (11 mi) long at-grade expressway (With the southernmost part of the highway two lanes) that literally cuts the Fraser Valley in half. The highway was first given the '11' designation in 1958, and it originally followed South Fraser Way through Abbotsford, being re-routed onto the four-lane Sumas Way in the mid-1980s. Highway 11 originally entered Mission over the same bridge that carries a spur of the Canadian Pacific Railway across the Fraser River, but it was re-routed onto its own bridge, the Mission Bridge, in 1973.

Route details[edit]

In the south, Highway 11 begins at the Huntingdon Canada–US border crossing, where it connects with Washington State Route 9. The highway goes north for 3.4 km (2.1 mi) to its junction with Highway 1. North of Highway 1, the route travels 3.7 km (2.3 mi) north, passing through two interchanges, before arriving at an intersection with Gladys Road. Highway 11 is facing west at this point, so it turns right onto its own dedicated route. Highway 11 from this point proceeds north for 10 km (6 mi). It passes through the community of Matsqui and an interchange into Matsqui's centre, then crosses the Fraser River over the Mission Bridge into Mission, where it terminates at its junction with Highway 7.

Major intersections[edit]

For south to north. The entire route is in the Fraser Valley Regional District.

Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Continues as SR 9 south – Sumas, Bellingham
Huntingdon-Abbotsford 0.00 0.00 Canada–United States border
Abbotsford 1.61 1.00 Vye Road
3.44 2.14 BC 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) – Vancouver, Hope Interchange, BC 1 exit 92; traffic signals along BC 11
4.03 2.50 Marshall Road
4.30 2.67 South Fraser Way – Abbotsford City Centre
4.99 3.10 Old Yale Road Interchange; no southbound exit
6.09 3.78 Old Clayburn Road Interchange; BC 11 turns west
7.12 4.42 Gladys Avenue – Abbotsford City Centre BC 11 branches north
7.99 4.96 McCallum Road
9.75 6.06 Clayburn Road
12.22 7.59 Harris Road
13.76 8.55 Riverside Street Interchange; southbound exit, northbound entrance
↑ / ↓ 14.39–
Mission Bridge over the Fraser River
Mission 15.73 9.77 To BC 7 east (Horne Street Connector) – Mission City Centre, Agassiz Interchange; southbound exit via London Avenue exit
16.52 10.27 London Avenue – Industrial Park Interchange
17.11 10.63 BC 7 (Lougheed Highway) – Vancouver, Maple Ridge, Agassiz, Harrison Hot Springs
Continues as Cedar Valley Connector to Cedar Street
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b Landmark Kilometre Inventory (PDF). British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (Report). Cypher Consulting. July 2016. pp. 212–214. 

External links[edit]

Route map: Bing / Google

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